Parts List

Browning BAR Semi-Automatic High Power Rifle

Standard Calibers-243 Win., 308 Win., 270 Win., 30-06 Sprg.

Magnum Calibers—7 mm Rem Mag., 300 Win. Mag. II not specified—Fits All Calibers

Parts list for High Grade Rifles is available upon request.

PART NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO.

P076002 Action Rod-Right or Left P076076

P076006 Action Spring P076080

P076010 Action Spring Guide P076082

P076016 Barrel Without Sights or P076084

Front Ramp, 243 Win. P076086 P076021 Barrel Without Sights or

Front Ramp, 270 Win. P076090

P076026 Barrel Without Sights or P076096

Front Ramp, 308 Win. P076099

P076031 Barrel Without Sights or P07fil0!

Front Ramp, 30-06 Sprg. P076105

P076033 Barrel Without Sights or P076110 Front Ramp, 7 mm Rem. Mag. P076114

P076035 Barrel Without Sights or P076117

Front Ramp, 300 Win. Mag. P076120 ♦P076036 Barrel Without Sights or

Front Ramp, 338 Win. Mag. P076122 ♦P076038 Bolt—243 Win., 308 Win.,

270 Win., 30-06 Sprg. P076124

Win. Mag. P076133

P076045 Bolt Assembly—243 Win.. P076135

270 Win., 30-06 Sprg. P076136

P076048 Bolt Assembly—7 mm Rem. P076137

Mag., 300 Win. Mag. P076138

P076052 Bolt Cover P076139

P076060 Bolt Sleeve—243 Win., 308 P076144

P076062 Bolt Sleeve—7 mm Rem. P076145

Mag., 300 Win. Mag. P076065

P076071 Butt Stock-Standard P076066

Calibers, Grade I 'P076068

P076077 Butt Stock-Magnum P076070

Calibers, Grade I P078438

DESCRIPTION

Cam Pin

Disconnector

Disconnector pin

Disconnector Spring

Disconnector Spring

Plunger

Ejector

Ejector Retaining Pin Ejector Spring Extractor Extractor Spring Firing Pin

Firing Pin Retaining Pin Firing Pin Spring Forearm—Standard Calibers, Grade I Forearm—Magnum Calibers, Grade I Forearm Escutcheon Gas Cylinder Gas Piston

Gas Regulator, 243 Win. Gas Regulator, 270 Win. Gas Regulator, 308 Win. Gas Piston Stop Pin Gas Regulator, 30-06 Sprg. Gas Regulator, 7 mm Rem. Mag.

Gas Regulator Gasket

Buffer

Buffer Plate

Butt Plate

Butt Plate Screws

Recoil Pad—Magnum Calibers

•Indicates part must be fitted by Browning Service Department or qualified gunsmith. Iftjrt may be purchased only by holders of current valid federal firearms license.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

PART NO.

P076155

Inertia Piece

P076208

P076160

Magazine Complete, 243

P076210

Win., 308 Win.

P076I65

Magazine Complete, 270

P076214

Win., 30-06 Sprg.

P076218

P076167

Magazine Complete, 7 mm

Rem. Mag.

P076222

P076168

Magazine Complete 300

P076224

Win. Mag.

P076169

Magazine Complete, 338

P076228

Win. Mag.

P076232

P076170

Magazine Body, 243 Win.

P076236

308 Win.

P076238

P076175

270 Win., 30-06 Sprg.

P076239

P076177

Magazine Body, 7 mm Rem.

P076178

Magazine Body, 300 Win. Mag.

P076246

P076I79

Magazine Body, 338 Win. Mag.

P076180

Magazine Floor Plate-

P076255

Standard Calibers, Grade 1

P076256

P076182

Magazine Floor Plate,

P076258

Magnum Calibers, Grade 1

P076260

P076184

Magazine Floor Plate Pivot Pin

P076262

P076186

Magazine Floor Plate Spring

P076264

P076188

Magazine Follower, 243

P076266

Win., 308 Win.

P076270

P076I92

Magazine Follower, 270

P076272

Win., 30-06 Win.

•P076274

P076I93

Magazine Follower-

Magnum Calibers

•P076276

P076194

Magazine Follower Spring,

243 Win., 308 Win.

P076280

P076196

Magazine Follower Spring,

270 Win., 30-06 Sprg.

P076284

P076146

Gas Regulator, 300 Win Mag.

P076286

P076149

Gas Regulator, 338 Win. Mag.

P076288

P076150

Hammer

P076293

P076152

Hammer Pin

P076294

P076197

Magazine Follower Spring,

P076296

Magnum Calibers

P076304

P076198

Magazine Follower Spring

P076310

Rivet

P076202

Magazine Latch

P076314

P076204

Magazine Latch Spring

P076316

P076205

Magazine Latch Spring

P076324

Plunger ,

P076325

P076206

Magazine Latch Stop Pin

Magazine Retaining Spring Magazine Retaining Spring Pin

Mainspring—Right or Left Mainspring Guide—Right or Left

Mainspring Pin—Hammer Mainspring Pin—Trigger Guard

Operating Handle Operating Handle Lock Operating Lock Pin Operating Lock Spring Receiver Grade I, Standard Calibers Receiver, Grade I, Magnum Calibers Safety Cross Bolt, Left Hand Safety Spring Safety Spring Plunger Safely Spring Retaining Pin Safety Cross Bolt Sear Sear Pin

Sight Bead Front Sight Hood Front Sight Ramp Front-Standard Calibers Sight Ramp Front-Magnum Calibers Sight Assembly Folding, Leaf Rear Sling Eyelet Front Sling Eyelet Washer Sling Eyelet Rear Stock Bolt Stock Bolt Plate Stock Bolt Washer Support Rail—Right or Left Telescope Mount Filler Screws (4 Each) Timing Latch

Timing Latch Retaining Pin

TVigger Pin

TVigger

TVigger Guard, Grade I

'Indicates pari must be filled by Browning Service Depl. or qualified gunsmith. IPOrl may be purchased only by holders of current valid federal firearms license.

FIGURE 6

.Path of Bullet

.Line of Sight

Bullet

Distance above

Welght

aim point

Caliber

In Gralns

at 100 yards*

308 Win.

110

2.2

308 Win.

125

2.3

308 Win.

150

2.6

308 Win.

180

3.1

7 mm Rem. Mag.

125

1.1

7 mm Rem. Mag.

150

1.5

7 mm Rem. Mag.

175

1.7

308 Win. Mag.

150

1.9

308 Win. Mag.

180

2.1

308 Win. Mag.

220

2.9

*Approximate distance above point of aim for the path of the bullet at 100 yards when rifle is zeroed in at 200 yards.

*Approximate distance above point of aim for the path of the bullet at 100 yards when rifle is zeroed in at 200 yards.

150 200 250 yards

Bullet

Distance above

Weight

aim point

Caliber

in Grains

at 100 yards*

243 Win.

80

1.8

243 Win.

100

2.2

270 Win.

100

1.8

270 Win.

130

2.1

270 Win.

150

2.5

30-06 Sprg.

110

2.2

30-06 Sprg.

125

2.2

30-06 Sprg.

150

2.5

30-06 Sprg.

180

3.0

30-06 Sprg.

220

3.8

'Approximate distance above point of aim for the path of the bullet at 100 yards when rifle is zeroed in at 200 yards.

'Approximate distance above point of aim for the path of the bullet at 100 yards when rifle is zeroed in at 200 yards.

Place a target at the desired distance from the shooting point which will clearly show the impact of the bullet from a known point of aim. For this purpose a regular bullseye paper target is most suited.

Shoot three or four shots at the target from a prone or sitting position using a rest under the forearm (not the barrel) and supporting the elbows to maintain the rifle in the steadiest manner possible Unsteadiness in holding the rifle on target will have a considerably greater effect on the results than either rifle or cartridge.

Shoot carefully and deliberately, trying as much as possible to align the sights exactly the same way each time. It is also advisable to shoot a first shot through the barrel before the sighting shots if the barrel is clean and oiled, as the combustion of the oil may change the ballistics of the bullet slightly.

If sight correction is required, the rear sight or the telescopic sight must be adjusted accordingly. Some BAR's are fitted with open sights consisting of a hooded front sight and a fully adjustable rear sight as well as being drilled and tapped to accept scope mounts. Other BAR's are drilled and tapped only to accept mounts for telescopic sights. To adjust the BAR's open rear sight proceed as follows: Always unload your rifle before making any alignment to the sights.

If horizontal or windage correction is ■■ desired, slightly loosen the screw immediately in front of the rear sight notch. (This windage screw is set in a bright metal collar; the screw next to it is the vertical adjustment screw. Refer to Figure 7.) Slide the rear sight blade in the direction you wish the bullet impact to move. The base containing the rear sight blade is precisely calibrated for referencing. Each calibration mark represents approximately 4 inches of movement of the point of impact at 100 yards.

FIGURE 7

FIGURE 7

If vertical correction is desired, loosen the vertical adjustment screw and slide the rear sight assembly along the inclined ramp of the sight base. Again calibration marks on the sight will reference movement, and similarly, each calibration mark represents approximately 4 inches at 100 yards.

Just remember this simple rule in making rear sight adjustments. Always move your rear sight in the same direction you want the point of bullet impact to move. If you want the point of bullet impact to move to the left, move the rear sight setting to the left. If you want to raise the point of impact, raise your rear sight setting.

To adjust a telescopic sight on your BAR rifle, the same general procedure, outlined above, may be followed to sight in the rifle, except the adjustment of the telescopic sight should be made according to the instructions supplied by the maker of the sighting instrument used.

To obtain the 200 yard zero preferred by many experienced hunters on a 100 YARDS RANGE refer to the table in Figure 6. Merely adjust the sights in the manner prescribed above so that at the 100 yards range, the center of impact of your bullet group is located at the distance ABOVE

your point of aim shown in the chart for the particular cartridge employed. When this is achieved, the bullet will strike the point of aim at 200 yards within ordinary limits of dispersion for such ammunition at that distance.

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